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The Daily Dispatch: September 13, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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Virginia military Institute. --The Board of Visitors reassembled in the Capitol yesterday. Present--Messrs. James C. Bruce, President; T. S. Haymond, W. H. Richardson, John Brannon, R. M. Smith, and Samuel S. Williams. The Board, we learn, have decided that the Institute ought to be kept in operation, although several of the Professors — among them the Principal — are in the city. By the way, we carelessly wrote the name of Johnston, instead of Jackson, in speaking of this Institution. It is General T. J. Jackson, of the famous "Stone Wall Brigade," who is a professor in this excellent schoo
how her nose outside of the mouth of the creek, up which she is kept, lest Captain Craven may nab her. Removal of Ex-Minister Faulkner to Fort Lafayette. Ex-Minister Faulkner, since his removal from the county jail, has been confined in the quarters of the provost guard, on Massachusetts avenue, south side, between Sixth and Seventh streets, in the range of buildings known as Phillips' row. Three of those buildings are for the use of the two companies at that point in charge of Captain Williams, one is for the guard on duty, and one is for the officers' quarters. In this last building Mr. Faulkner has been confined. Yesterday morning at an early hour he was taken in charge by Lt. Worth, of the 8th infantry, and placed in a carriage, which conveyed him to the railroad depot, where he and his escort took the train which left this city at half-past 7 o'clock A. M. It is understood that he was to be taken directly through to Fort Lafayette, New York. Arrival of prisoners.